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Thread: gVim on Windows

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    It's disgustingly slow on Windows. It takes a long time for it to redraw parts of its window, and cursor movement is slow.

    Is there a better version of gVim for Windows that's closer to how gVim is on something like Ubuntu, or I am stuck with the normal one?
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    What's gVim?

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    Vim, but with toolbars and tabs rather than just a text-only environment: http://www.vim.org/
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    If you do not need exactly GNU vim.It can require some extra DLL's if you have not Cygwin already installed. you can install VIM for Windows:
    Visit this Url:
    http://www.vim.org/download.php


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